|Full name||Gombak United Football Club|
|Ground||Jurong West Stadium|
Jurong West, Singapore
Not to be confused with Gombe United FC.
Prior to joining the S.League, the club was known as Redhill Rangers FC.
Gombak United rejoined the S.League in 2006 and moved their home games to Jurong West Stadium, but pulled out of the S.League again during the 2013 season after seven seasons due to reduced takings. The club has indicated its intentions to rejoin the Singapore Premier League in 2019.
|Season||S.League||Singapore Cup||Singapore League Cup|
|2006||8||30||8||8||14||48||54||32||Round of 16|
|2008||5||33||14||10||9||47||39||54||Round of 16||Winners|
|2009||3||30||14||11||5||52||32||53||Round of 16||Quarter-Finals|
|2010||6||33||12||10||11||33||25||46||Round of 16||Semi-Finals|
- 2003 saw the introduction of penalty shoot-outs if a match ended in a draw in regular time. Winners of penalty shoot-outs gained two points instead of one.
- Gombak United sat out the S.League from 2003 to 2005, and for a second spell from 2013.
Last updated on 25 February 2014
- David O'Connor (1999)
- Jorgen Nielsen
- Salim Moin (? – Dec 07)
- Swandi Ahmad (Jan 2008 – July 08)
- A. Shasi Kumar (interim) (July 08 – ?)
- Darren Stewart (Jan 2009 – Dec 11)
- K Balagumaran (Jan 2012 – Dec 13)
- Main Sponsor: None
- Kit Supplier: Erke